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TruFire Patriot Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap
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- Easier to put on than any V-style strap
- Fits both left and right hands
- Does not incude two-way trigger
- American Made economical dual caliper release
- Coated jaws and trigger allows for years of dependability
- Extremely smooth trigger action
- Jaws close by simply pushing trigger forward
- Trigger travel is adjustable
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The Patriot's are the finest non-Tru-Rotating calipers on the market. Starting with Tru-Fire's heat-treated and Teflon coated trigger and jaws for years of dependability. Key features: Padded black nylon Power Strap, much easier to put on then any V-style strap, Fits both left and right hands, Does not include two-way trigger.
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The trigger is super sensitive which is a must but you might want to warn newbies before just handing it over. We had a couple instances when someone shot the bow thinking that they could rest their finger on the trigger until they were ready. You should only touch that trigger if you intend on shooting.
You will also need to pick up a "D" loop kit or string which is needed to properly use this release. I would also recommend a peep sight.
- Solid constructions
- I like the feel of the trigger
- Adjustable trigger release
- Comfortable around the wrist
- No more finger pain
- Consistent releases, therefore improved accuracy.
- Haven’t had any yet but will update if that changes.
This is a fantastic release for the price. For under $20, you get a device that is functional as many of the $80 ones. I believe differences between this and the more expensive ones are:
- Wider string clamp, though not by much.
- Strap material... Nylon works for me though.
- Steel vs. titanium
- possibly less adjustable for trigger pull, etc.
I may buy a more expensive one if I get deep into shooting, but this is 95% of what is needed at 1/4 the price. The trigger is great.
NOTE: Some here complain about the hair-trigger. This is by design. Proper form is to put your finger behind the trigger as a safety during the draw. Then you aim and move your finger to the front of the trigger. Hold the aim on-target and just slightly contract your finger. You should have no tension in either hand, and if you have to pull something to get the arrow to fly, your aim will be off. Many experts will tell you that it is supposed to be a surprise when the arrow releases. Anyway, if you want a stronger trigger, this may not be for you. But your aim will improve if you adapt to the hair-trigger with proper form and process, rather than seeking out a different device that encourages worse form.
No bells or whistles here, just form and function. The steel cable connecting the caliper to the strap is cased in a high quality black rubber-like coating and the strap is nylon webbing. It's comfy--don't get me wrong. The device is easy enough to use. Clip it onto a release loop, keep your finger well away from it, draw back and when you get a good cheek-weld pop your finger up, take a breath and think about putting pressure on the trigger and "POP!" your arrow flies straight as you'd like
After a few arrows flying and dragging across stone and pavement from a quarter draw, immature release, I wound up taking some cues from MacGyver and adding a spring into the base of the mechanism, which has alleviated any trouble I had with it.
Perhaps they're designed to be light to alleviate any motion that would be applied to the string from a sudden finger jerk, or perhaps I just received one that was defective and/or missing a piece. I continue to use mine without issue with the added spring.